When I see rings like the one below, it really makes me wish that I could stand to wear rings. Anybody who knows me knows that I don’t like to have anything on my fingers. It doesn’t feel comfortable for me and it just seems like it is getting in the way. However, the main reason why I don’t wear any kind of ring and never will is because I have a fear that once I put it on, I will never be able to get it off. I guess I have just seen too many people with rings that have had their fingers fatten up to the point that they couldn’t take the ring off if they wanted to and I don’t want to be one of those people. But, just because I will never wear a ring, doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate cool ones when I see them and this Star Trek engagement ring is definitely one of the coolest ones I have seen!
This stunning Star Trek inspired ring was made by the very talented jewelry designer Paul Michael of Paul Michael Designs. And, if you happen to be looking for that perfect ring to propose to that special Star Trek fan in your life, you are in luck because this ring is available for sale!
You can get this awesome Star Trek engagement ring over on Etsy for as little as $595. Of course, depending on your choice of metal used and whether you want a diamond or topaz stone, it can go as high as $3,890.
If you decide to boldly go and propose with this awesome ring, send some pictures to us because we would love to share your story!
It never ceases to amaze me just how romantic some geeks can be and the lengths they will go to when they propose to that special someone in their life. I’ve seen elaborate proposals and some pretty cool rings and this definitely qualifies as a pretty sweet engagement ring! In the past, I have featured a cool Portal Companion Cube engagement ring and an absolutely stunning Legend of Zelda engagement ring but when it comes to simple, classy and elegant, this Batman and Harley Quinn ring is perhaps my favorite.
This awesome Batman and Harley Quinn ring was designed by Daniel Maffett for his fiancée and made by Tom Sayers of Sayers Jewelers. The design is very well done in my opinion and I love the end result!
Here is what Daniel had to say about the ring and his proposal.
“My goal going into this design was to create a ring that was traditionally elegant and sleek but represented my fiancé and I. Comic books are a big part of us and her favorite is obviously Batman and her favorite character is Harley Quinn,” says Daniel. Delivering the ring was the couple’s dog who proudly carried it in a sack of coal to Daniel’s fiancé.
In the past, I have made mention of the fact that I am not one who cares for wearing rings. In fact, it drives me crazy! I’d be lying if I said that I’m not a little worried about ring wearing thing if I ever get married some day. I suppose I could do like the awesome couple below did but I’m not sure I am any more fond of the idea of getting a tattoo either. However, I think this couple did come up with a pretty cool ring tattoo idea.
Unfortunately, I’m not sure who the awesome and super geeky couple is whose hands are in the picture below but I think they may have found the ultimate way for one Star Wars fan to show another Star Wars fan just how much they love them. These awesome Star Wars tattoo rings feature the iconic lines from Han and Leia right before Han is frozen in carbonite and they even feature a lightsaber and the Death Star.
This couple definitely hasn’t been looking for love in Alderaan places.
When it comes to geeky engagement rings, I have seen a bunch of them ranging from the Doctor Who’s TARDIS to one that looks like the Stargate from the Stargate shows, but nothing quite says will you be my companion for the rest of my life quite like a Portal Companion Cube engagement ring!
The clearly awesome folks over at bmf jewelry have posted a bunch of pictures of how this awesome Portal Companion Cube engagement ring was created over on Custom Made. Whether you are a Portal fan or not, the pictures are still worth checking out if you are curious how rings like this are made.
The cake might be a lie, but this Companion Cube engagement ring isn’t!